1. The scientific study of the geographic distribution of plants and animals is called (a)…

1. The scientific study of the geographic distribution of plants and animals is called (a) biodiversity. (b) biogeography. (c) ecology. (d) biology. 2. The entire biosphere is distributed into following number of biogeographic regions: (a) Six. (b) Eight. (c) Nine. (d) Twelve. 3. The total area of India is classified into following number of biogeographical zones: (a) Six. (b) Eight. (c) Nine. (d) Ten. 4. Biodiversity hotspots are also known as (a) evergreen forests of tropic region. (b) biologically rich areas with large percentage in endemic species. (c) desert areas. (d)
1. The scientific study of the geographic distribution of plants and animals is called (a) biodiversity. (b) biogeography. (c) ecology. (d) biology. 2. The entire biosphere is distributed into following number of biogeographic regions: (a) Six. (b) Eight. (c) Nine. (d) Twelve. 3. The total area of India is classified into following number of biogeographical zones: (a) Six. (b) Eight. (c) Nine. (d) Ten. 4. Biodiversity hotspots are also known as (a) evergreen forests of tropic region. (b) biologically rich areas with large percentage in endemic species. (c) desert areas. (d) All of the above. 5. Species with very restricted distribution over relatively small ranges is called (a) endangered species. (b) extinct species. (c) endemic species. (d) None of the above. 6. The major threats to biodiversity is due to (a) habitat loss/degradation. (b) pollution and global climatic changes. (c) extinction of species by aggressive non-native species. (d) All of the above. 7. Protection and preservation of endangered species away from their natural habitat under human care in zoos, nurseries and laboratories is known as (a) in-situ conservation. (b) ex-situ conservation. (c) biodiversity conservation. (d) None of the above. 8. Protection of endangered species by preserving the entire ecosystem is known as (a) in-situ conservation. (b) ex-situ conservation. (c) biodiversity conservation. (d) None of the above. 9. The concept of biodiversity hotspots is given by (a) F.P. Odum. (b) Norman Myers. (c) James Lovelock. (d) Rachel Carson. 10. Which of the following is an endemic species found in Western Ghats, India? (a) Marsh Mongoose. (b) Indian Rhinoceros. (c) Brown Palmcivet. (d) Flying Squirrel.

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